Full Mouth Veneers

Smile, meet perfection.

Size. Shape. Color. Make your whole smile exactly the way you want it to be.
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For a Completely Flawless Smile

You have high standards. You want a smile that sparkles and teeth that line up just right – no gaps, no chips or cracks, and definitely no discoloration.

Full mouth veneers make that happen, concealing everything you don’t love about your teeth and replacing a smile that’s pure made-to-measure, red-carpet-ready perfection.

Full Mouth Veneers Fix:

Chipped Teeth
Unevenly Shaped Teeth
Discolored Teeth
Worn Down Teeth
Misaligned Teeth
Short or Small Teeth

How much do full mouth veneers cost?

Full mouth veneers cost between $1000 and $4000 per tooth for porcelain veneers, and range from $300 to $1500 for composite veneers.

That’s a major investment – but it’s one that lets you fearlessly flash your smile anywhere. On your next date, at your next interview, your smile will make the right impression before you even say a word.

Full mouth veneers can be more affordable.

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What Sets Us Apart

Our Full Mouth Veneers Process

Step 1 – Consult with Dr. Zhu

Dr. Zhu will work with you to make sure full mouth veneers make sense for your health and budget. If your oral health needs work, that’ll have to be addressed before you get your veneers.

Step 2 – Assess your smile

Next, we’ll assess your smile both visually and with several digital scans to ensure we have a complete picture of your mouth.

Step 3 – Try on your temporaries

Once we’ve assessed your smile, you’ll come back in to try on your temporaries. Dr. Zhu will remove a thin layer of enamel from your teeth and attach the temporaries so you can be confident that your new smile will look and feel as good as you expect.

Step 4 – Make adjustments

After wearing your temporaries for about a week, you’ll check in with Dr. Zhu and let him know what adjustments you’d like to improve the appearance and comfort of your veneers. Once we’ve got that, we’ll begin making your final veneers.

Step 5 – Get your veneers

When your final veneers are ready, you’ll come in again so Dr. Zhu can securely bond them to your teeth. Then, after one more week, you’ll visit us for a final check-up just to fix any fit and comfort issues you’ve noticed.

Why choose Dr. Zhu for your full mouth veneers?

Comfortably Sedated. Digitally Elevated.

For a major, life-changing treatment like full mouth veneers, you want to work with a dentist who can deliver great results without making every visit feel like an uncomfortable struggle.

As one of just a handful of licensed IV-sedation dentists in the state, Dr. Zhu makes the treatment experience feel effortless, and his investments in industry-leading digital technology mean that your veneers will have a fit and finish that’s as good as it gets.

“Gave me an option that fits my budget.”

After consulting with Dr. Zhu, he gave me an option that fits my budget. He was kind enough to finance my treatment at 0% interest for one year. He was very compassionate and understanding about my financial situation and clearly communicated what my best options were. I highly recommend this dental clinic.
— Geo F.

Learn More About Full Mouth Veneers

Veneers aren’t permanent in the sense that they won’t last forever and will eventually need to be replaced, but for your day-to-day routine, they’re nearly as strong and durable as natural teeth.

Composite veneers last for about 5 to 10 years before they need to be replaced, while porcelain veneers typically last for 10 years or longer, with some people keeping their veneers for over 20 years.

A veneer works by attaching a thin but strong piece of composite or enamel to the front of a tooth using a safe and long-lasting dental cement.

No, we won’t have to remove your teeth, but in many cases we’ll remove a very thin layer of each tooth so that your veneers can be more securely bonded to them.

No, if they’re placed by a qualified dental professional, veneers don’t ruin your teeth. It’s true that a thin layer of enamel is removed from your tooth before the veneer is attached, but that doesn’t compromise the health or structure of the tooth, and the new veneer is more damage and strain resistant than your natural tooth.

Unfortunately, since veneers are often categorized as a cosmetic – in other words, non-essential – procedure, most insurance providers don’t cover it. There are other options that can help make the treatment more affordable though, like financing or our Keep Me Healthy membership plans.

Bring Out The Beauty In Your Smile

It’s time to start smiling confidently. Book a free consultation with Dr. Zhu and find out how you can upgrade your smile with full mouth veneers.

Save hundreds on your Full-Mouth Veneers.

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